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other. >> and i was thinking about the horrible situation in san bruno. how could that be covered by insurance. >> it's one of those things that insurers will take a look at typical risk do. all the math and they come up what is and isn't covered. an explosion is covered. you have pg&e who is responsible for that whole process going through and finding where the money is going to come to rebuild those homes. >> cheryl: renters, there are millions of renters and not that many people think to get renters insurance? >> they assume, i don't have that much. i don't need insurance. when you start adding up all your contents, your belongings you realize how much money is in those contents. so one of the things you want to do is look into renter's insurance, you are looking at about $12 a mow for $30,000 policy. that covers the contents. now if something does happen to the apartment you are living in or rental home, if it is damaged your contents coverage will be covered. the property for landlord will cover the structure. >> so for everybody, write it down, keep receipts, video? >> condu
that now has the attention of the public utilities commission, state lawmakers and residents of san bruno. >> it was the worst day in my life. >> we came right here, looked up and there was fire way up in the sky. g . >> reporter: cathy and her family survived the education ploegss. >> have pg&e regained your trust? >> absolutely not. >> we're dedicating to being a company you can count on. >> pg&e has aired on hundreds of commercials and youtube. pg&e's focus on regaining trust. >> fully dead kalted by providing a safe, reliable and affordable energy. >> including testimonials from the top. >> my job is to make sure that you see the difference. >> but my investigation has found a stark contrast between the messages in its commercials and the messages sent from inside the corporate walls of pg&e san francisco offices. you see that? that's natural gas leaking out of there. >> last year, pg&e identified more than 32,000 natural gas leaks. >> yeah, it's leaking back here. you can see it. >> the fiscal report lists the number of leaks it fixed, but it doesn't show the amount of time it took t
on san bruno avenue. * boce. we could go on and on, everything from the garden tour to the brand-new library to the new trees that get planted to the folks in mclaren park getting fixed up. we have the most amazing people, volunteers and neighbors. i am so incredibly proud to live in the portola and watch and be part of all the wonderful things we do. so, everybody here, give yourself a big hand. (applause) >> so, in addition to what mindy said, we should start getting a four-barrel that should get construction in february. (applause) >> without further ado, we would love to have everyone come he up here because i think half the people are from the portola. * but we are going to have barbara, let's see, barbara senich and jackie moray to come up on stage and accept the award on behalf of the portola. (applause) >> nice t-shirt. thank you very much. here is a model of the t-shirt. [laughter] (applause) >> it is the best neighborhood you never heard of. both barbara and i are lifelong members of the neighborhood. i'm still in the same house that i grew up in. and come and see the
and they need 60 votes to continue the gun debate. >>> in less than two hours san bruno county is talking about new gun rules. the new requirements include distance from schools, parks, security measures and hours of operation. two businesses in san bruno cells guns and a third has a permit to do so. >>> a student went on a stab be rampage at a houston community college in cypress. someone called to report a male on the lose stabbing people. a suspect was arrested and witnesses described the weapon as an exact to knife. two are hotlized in critical condition. >>> firefighters battled a house fire this morning. a student that lived in the home reported the fire coming from the garage this morning morning. all people in the house escaped. near by homes were briefly evacuated as a precaution. >>> firefighters have fully contained a wind driven wildfire. we first brought you this story here at 5:00 yesterday. it was in the city of fill m
two and a half years after san bruno, it shows the culture is still not focused on safety. now, the puc says it needs time to fix the problems. and today a growing list of lawmakers suggests the way to fix the problem is a change in leadership. >> simply put, this report is extremely alarming. >> a report marked confident. it's contents tell the story. >> when i learned about the report as part of today's hearing, my first thought was not again. can't the puc get something right? >> oh, my god. that is crazy. >> lawmakers wanted to know why more than two years after the deadsly and destructive explosions in san bruno -- >> we have a plane down in the neighborhood. >> why testimonials from employees inside the puc describe a culture where safety is still not a priority. where employees talk about cozy relationships with utilities that get in the way of needed oversight and account ability. >> this is gravely serious. >> the findings clearly demonstrate that the culture of safety has not been a priority in the past two and a half years. >> how can you look at this report? this in
the head of the san bruno senator sa -- senator said he wants the govern, governor brown to call for the president of the puc to step down. >> oh, my god, that is crazy. >> we have a fire ball. still coming out. >> safety is by far their most important responsibility. and they have neglected that responsibility and it's indicated by this report and what we we saw in san bruno. >> this report and years of frustration dealing with the puc, the senator said it's time to change. >> good people lost their lives because an explosion that did not have to occur. the governor needs to replace the president of the puc. >> senator hill said he will ask governor brown to remove the puc president, a job he has held since his appointment in 2002 by governor grey davis. >> are you calling on the governor to make changes? >> if he wants and we want the integrity of the public utilities commissions, that they are protecting our interest, the only way is changing the top, and that means changing the president of the puc. >> now, we contacted the public utility's commission asking to see if mr. pee
pretty steady for friday county -- friday, saturday, and sunday. >> i could feel the wind from san bruno this morning with high wind advisories for most of the bridges across the bay except for the golden gate bridge and the richmond san rafael bridge where we do have construction that is slowing things down. right now we have a couple of lanes blocked right at the tolls in the westbound direction and that will be shut down until 6:00 a.m. in oakland we have a couple of other ongoing construction projects at 23rd avenue, the off-ramp and southbound along 880 at high speed that is also wrapping up as we speak. it is looking smooth at the golden gate and i will update you on a bart construction project in san jose in a little bit. >> just shy of 5:19. a surprising competitor enters the bidding to buy giant. the veteran police officer is fired over a controversial shooting range target and he says it is all a misunderstanding the. >> one of the most popular books of the year will most likely not be showing up on library shelves. we will tell you y. >> we are fortunate to have freedom of rel
kind of muggy pattern. 66 san bruno and 64 in the city. cloudy with some rain on thursday. the weekend looks like weak systems to the north. i don't think much will happen here. next week is looking sunny and warmer all week. sounds good. >>> eight people have been nominate today a committee that will look into renaming san francisco's airport. they include a san francisco fire official, a redwood city council member and the former ceo, san francisco's city of commerce. they'll set policies for renaming the airport but will not pick a name. the committee was established in response to efforts to rename the airport after slain gay rights leader. >>> new at noon announced a couple hours ago the america's cup concert series being scaled back after complaints. the concerts are set to take place once a new 9,000 seat pavilion is built at peers 27 and 29. forty concerts were planned between may and october, but now there will be no more than 30. the decision was made after a series of meetings with neighbors concerned about noise and how late the concerts would end. >> noise was a big issue
% of the trainees are able to find work in their field. >>> san bruno police are searching for a man who robbed a chuck echeese around 3:30 yesterday and pulled out a hand gun and demanded money. the gun man grabbed the money and an out and got in a silver prius. >>> a soldier from san jose was killed in afghanistan. today the department of defense announced the 24- year-old was one of three killed saturday when enemy forces attacked their vehicle with a car bomb. this was his second overseas deployment. also killed 25-year-old in chicago and an unidentified civilian worker. the taliban has claimed responsibility. >>> tuberculocis testing ordered for about 200 students at an antioch high school. john is live at deer valley high school. >> reporter: the risk is potential disease. that happened after a student, we learned was a jr., here at deer valley high school got ill with tb. we learned a deer valley high school jr. fell ill with tuberculocis two weeks ago. there are some who had close contact with him. >> we have abo
are able to find work in their field. >>> san bruno police are searching for a man who robbed a chuck echeese around 3:30 yesterday and pulled out a hand gun and demanded money. the gun man
on thursday and they need 60 votes to continue the gun debate. >>> in less than two hours san bruno county is talking about new gun rules. the new requirements include distance from schools, parks, security measures and hours of operation. two businesses in san bruno cells guns and a third has a permit to do so. >>> a student went on a stab be rampage at a houston community college in cypress. someone called to report a male on the lose stabbing people. a suspect was arrested and witnesses described the weapon as an exact to knife. two are hotlized in critical condition. >>> firefighters battled a house fire this morning. a student that lived in the home reported the fire coming from the garage this morning morning. all people in the house escaped. near by homes were briefly evacuated as a precaution. >>> firefighters have fully contained a wind driven wildfire. we first brought you this story here at 5:00 yesterday. it was in the city of fill more. the fire burned almost 150 acres. evacuations were
acknowledge safety is not the top priority. >> in the weeks and months following san bruno, reputations were under attack. questions centered on why it happened and why it wasn't prevented. >> we have a fire ball still coming out. >> now in confidential internal document exposes cultural problems identified and questioned by puc employees and stuff. one quote reads "if we were enforcing the rules, we would not have to worry about a safety culture." it continues "if we were holding utilities accountable and doing what we were supposed to be doing, san bruno would never have happened." the report was compiled by a private consulting firm hired by puc commissioners and included interviews with senior leaders and top-level directors. its purpose was to identify safety culture issues inside the puc. it appears to expose serious morale issues and internal breakdowns. >> this public utilities commission is a model across the united states. >> that's the executive director defending the commissioner's reputation in front of our cameras back in 2011. the informal survey includes sharp criticisms of t
at half moon bay, and palo alto, and redwood city, and san bruno and san francisco and san mateo is warmer at 57. from the east bay hills to emeryville and oak, you can see we have walnut creek, a cool spot, at 42. we have 52 at oakland and richmond. mid-to-upper 50's around pleasant ton and antioch and union city. in the south bay on 280 and 17, at san jose it is 50. low-to-mid 50's in cupertino and mountain view. this is how it looks from mount tamalpais. it will be bouncing where the winds are, the fastest winds at 2,800' and mid-to-upper 40's in novato. low pressure is racing away from us. high pressure is moving in. high pressure is sinking the calming air and the winds will not be so aggressive blowing from this area of high pressure to the low pressure, they will blow across nevada, utah, and arizona and we will find the fastest wind. we have a warming trend today and tomorrow when the high pressure is sitting to the east and brings us the land breeze. how about temperatures for today? they are jumping up into the mid-and-upper 70's in the south bay and san jose at 76 and 69 at mill
backing up toward san bruno now. apologies here. let us put this live interviews so you can see the scene of the crash. look for slow going from 380 of the northbound side is not expected lanes will be cleared for another hour and a half. james. >> thank you george. coming up on the kron 4 morning news are following readiness of oakland were heavy police presence the summit was one of a block of 26 ave. shots were fired in the neighborhood. we will explain what they found when they got there. later tonight, the golden state warriors' hopes the best we win in denver against the nuggets. the office at 5:00 p.m. we will talk about that and we're following the weather we're expectancy hot weather around the bay. anny hong will have it for update on your forecast coming up. >> (male announcer) live from the bay area's news station, this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 9 starts now. >> some scary moments at a starbucks in the south bay. what one woman did that could have potential poison customers. we will explain. george. >> james we are tracking a hot spot here on interstate 280 i
, it is a third an inch in san bruno and union state is quarter an inch and san jose is about .15" so probably close do what we forecasted yesterday. what will happen for the rest of day, scattered light showers and a bit of sunshine but a gray day got better part of the afternoon. we still have a chance of showers this week, and very small chance, but i want you to know they are out there and we have real warmth next week. here is what will happen today, temperatures are five- to ten-degrees cooler than yesterday with low do mid-50's and the coast is up to 60. breezy at the coast, also. if you are worried about the day game, a shower is possible. it will come through, drop a little bit of rain and move on and may not have to slow the game down for one of the stray showers even if it comes over the stadium which is remote. it will get better with the chance of dry weather for the end of the game warming up to 62. tonight, upper 40's to low 50's and the extensive cloud cover tonight with damp ground, damp air, drizzle is possible in the higher elevation and possibly along the coast and, also, s
and emeryville with temperatures right now or rainfall, it is a third an inch in san bruno and union state is quarter an inch and san jose is about .15" so probably close do what we forecasted yesterday. what will happen for the rest of day, scattered light showers and a bit of sunshine but a gray day got better part of the afternoon. we still have a chance of showers this week, and very small chance, but i want you to know they are out there and we have real warmth next week. here is what will happen today, temperatures are five- to ten-degrees cooler than yesterday with low do mid-50's and the coast is up to 60. breezy at the coast, also. if you are wed about the day game, a shower is possible. it will come through, drop a little bit of rain and move on and may not have to slow the game down for one of the stray showers even if it comes over the stadium which is remote. it will get better with the chance of dry weather for the end of the game warming up to 62. tonight, upper 40's to low 50's and the extensive cloud cover tonight with damp ground, damp air, drizzle is possible in the high
the san bruno explosions in 2010, the puc's role and reputation have been challenged. >> multiple structures on fire and we have a fire ball still coming out. >> reporter: and now questions are coming from the inside. this report included interviews with high-ranking members of the puc and other members of the staff. page two includes this eye-opening quote. if we were enforcing the rules, we would not have to worry about a safety culture. it concludes if we were holding the utilities accountable and doing what we were supposed to be doing, san bruno would never have happened. the confidential document also says insiders identified an overly cozy relationship with regulated utilities, an accusation the executive director denied pack in 2011. >> this is what i have to say to anyone who has that perception. it's wrong. >> now the puc has declined requests to discuss report on camera. in a written statement it said in part the report is the result of the informal survey. it is not an analysis of our safety culture or conclusions by our consultants, but a reporting back of what some e
pipeline explosion in san bruno finds engineers warned pg&e of safety concerns years before the blast. new documents on thed by the san francisco chronicle show that pg&e slashed spending if inspections and maintenance three years of with the 2010 explosion. according to the report, company engineers warned executive that they were endangering the public and risking state fines. pg&e lawyers responding to the findings saying that budget decisions by executives did not amount to wrongdoing. >> today, members of the community will weigh in on a controversial proposal to cut the number of liquor licenses in parts of san francisco. the community leadership alliance of san francisco is raising concerns about the high number establishments serving liquor in the north beach and broadway neighborhoods. people living in the area say friday and saturday have turned local streets into a bar crawl. a public meeting to reduce liquor licenses is set for 3:30 this afternoon at the san francisco main public library on larkin. >> there was a dramatic rescue off the coast near big sur. the coast guard rescu
on the commission's safety culture change project and an initiative launched in the wake of the 2010 san bruno pipeline explosion. they said they have made safety and underlying principles in all actions. >> in the wake of boston bombings san jose police are stepping up security at places where large crowds the gather. they will assign more uniformed officers at sharks game sweeping the pavilion before the fans arrive with more officers and police dogs patrolling san jose international airport. >> a sign of solidarity across the nation at the ball packs for victims of the boston bombing. ♪ good times never seemed so good ♪ >> the red sox traditional rivals the new york yankees played dime's "sweet caroline" in tribute to boston during yesterday's game. the song was played during last night's a's game against the astros in oakland. the song has been a staple at red sox home games for at least 15 years. >> several people from newtown connecticut were among the 28,000 runner whose took part in the boston marathon. tom abrahams did not make it to the finish line because of the bombings. he and
? we investigate the bay area's mortgage mess. >> and the people of san bruno force a change of plans for pg&e and the state's public utility commission. >> and we'll follow that breaking news out of san jose. a historic bike shop burns to the ground. we'll have more on that breaking story coming up. [ female announcer ] made just a little sweeter... because all these whole grains aren't healthy unless you actually eat them ♪ multigrain cheerios. also available in delicious peanut butter. healthy never tasted so sweet. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> an update now on our breaking news. a part of san jose history went up in flames tonight. some still pictures and we have live crews on the ground. fire crews are still on the scene at the old faber's bike shop. there's still a danger of the structure crumbling and injuring the firefighters. thankfully, no one was inside. now, if you're a historian in the south bay or a cyclist in the south bay, you probably heard of the store. it did close just a couple of months ago in february. that building was built in 1882. >>> well, a good cha
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and graduate from high school. stay with us. ab >>> san bruno police want your help in finding this man caught on camera. he robbed a chucke-cheese restaurant yesterday. it took place at gun point inside of the manager's office. it was away from customers. now, police tell us there were about 30 people inside of the restaurant including 15 children. they were not harmed and did not seat robry. witnesses say man drove away in a silver toyota prius. >> california lawmakers hope to stop a new trend that targets celebrities called s.w.a.t.ing. someone calls today report a fake emergency usually at a celebrity's house. it's not just in l.a. but in northern california, too. a bill would increase penalties for making false calls. law enforcement say the calls tie up officers from responding to real emergencies. >> initially when we get calls like this, we'd roll out entire s.w.a.t. teams. those can get expensive according to the lapd. >> this bill would hit pretty hard and if minors are guilty they're parents would be held responsible. >> we have good news about california education. more students ar
and also your program to help in the jails of san francisco, up in san bruno county and empower them to start businesses. obviously they're incarcerated because they were at a disadvantage to begin with and myself being formerly incarcerated it's impossible to get a job and your director and grass roots and out in the bay and out in the mission. you guys are doing an awesome job and coming from that appreciates us. >> and i included another success story and she is growing. thank you everyone. it was really nice to be here. >>i just wanted to say i'm a huge fan of renaissance. i want to reiterate what commissioner oritz-caragena said. sharon miller is probably one of the best executive directors out there of any organization out there and i really encourage you if you get a chance to take a tour of their facility on fifth and folsom. it's really amazing, and the work that they do, and the partnerships with working solutions, with sba. i have sat through many of their classes there and it's almost like a boot camp for small business beginners and if you have a business plan and
their copy in the mail on thursday. in palo alto i am here for abc7 news. >> san bruno police are asking for your help in finding the armed robber who held up a chuck e. cheese restaurant. these are from surveillance video and this man robbed the chuck e cheese on monday and the robbery took place at gunpoint inside the manager's office away from customers. police say that there were 15 children and 15 adults in the restaurant at the time. they did not know the robbery was happening. the man drove away in a silver newer model toyota prius. >> the warriors are going to the playoffs for only the second time in 19 seasons and for the first time since 2007. the warriors clinked the playoff berth in front of fans in oakland last night by routing the minnesota timberwolves 105-89. the warriors are seeded six out of eight playoff spots in the western conference and only have four games left which ends next season. it is amazing and six years ago only fine of therm currently in the team in the nba and five of them were in high school. >> they have confident now. that is the number wing thing. >>
she is in the ditch. we will keep our eye on that problem. >> to san bruno in the peninsula, southbound 101 transition to 380 will be shut down until 6:00 a.m. kristen and eric? >> another snub to san jose in the efforts to move the a's to the city and the nfl commissioner -- rather, baseball commissioner says he will not meet with the mayor reed. >> a clerk fights back against >> covering novato, oakland, sunnyvale and all bay area this is abc7 news. >> officials believe a north korean missile launch is imminent and they have been making preparations. the pentagon says a high-tech floating radar is now up and running joining naval destroyers off the korean coast. experts say a launch could be timed to the birthday of north korea's founder, the current leader's grandfather, on monday. it is the biggest holiday which in the past has been used to show off military power. >> store owner used a baseball bat to take on a pair of armed robbers and lived to tell about it. two men entered the store in chicago on tuesday. can you see they are seen pulling a gun and all hell broke loo
boulevard until 6:00 a.m. with a couple of lanes blocked. nimitz is clear. in san bruno we have more construction southbound 101 at 380 until 6:00 a.m. with the transition road shut down. >> next, a breakthrough in the treatment for a deadly insect borne illness that kills hundreds of thousands of children eve year, a dream come true for a bay area scientist. >> new residents are settling in at the >> covering cupertino, concord, wine country and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> a pharmaceutical company has production of an antimalaria drug 12 years after a breakthrough discovery by a uc berkeley professor. it will start producing a partly synthetic version of a chemical critical to making the antimalaria drug that based on the discovery of a cal professor. he hopes it will save the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in developing countries. each year 650,000 people die from malaria, mostly children. >> now the man who appeared to be sleeping on top of a bart elevator when he was crushed to death last month. the san francisco medical examiner has identified the man as 42-
on the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion finds engineers warned pg&e about concerns years before the last. documents show pg&e slashed spending for inspections and maintenance. three years before the explosion. the report says company engineers warranted executives they'd possibly endanger the public, lawyers responded saying decisions by executives did not amount to wrong doing. >> and still to come on abc 7 news you're going to meet husband and wife responder that's jumped into action in a local baseball game. how they came to the rescue of a young boy. >> don't have cash to pay your taxes? taking a look at unusual way people are finding a way to pay >>> we want to take you back to a story david louie is reporting. parents of a 15-year-old are taking steps in court. loved ones of audrey pott will be in court tomorrow to try to prevent three teen-aged boys from being released from custody. abc 7 news david louie joins us now. the family talked to reporters today. >> the mother, stepmother and father of audrey potts said they'd be here today if not for the actions in the fall them. say sh
about safety following the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. >> he told lawmakers that he agreed changes are needed and says the agency is now two years into a five year plan to make improvements. the new report reportedly found that industries overseen by the agency have easy access and little fear of regulation. it's not the first time investigators have criticized them following the deadly blast. a harsh report in 2011 came to a similar conclusion regarding pg&e's connection to the commission. the explosion left eight people dead, injured dozens more, and destroyed 38 homes. >>> new information tonight on what investigators call a possible coordinated sabotage plan in the south bay. it targeted a power station and a key fiberoptic line. robert handa is live in santa clara county with the details on that alleged attack. robert? >> reporter: well, there is an ongoing cleanup as well as an investigation going on here at this sabotaged pg&e substation. and a similar scene along a nearby vandalized at&t fiberoptic line. investigators say the two could be part of a coordinated attac
lincoln way and that is until further notice and we have this closure further to san bruno along the north access road to southbound 101 and that is ongoing shoulder work and i believe it is to repair some lights out there so that is going to be busy in the area and as we look at your drive, at the toll, you make the drive from oakland and on to e bay bridge is lacking clear out there and traffic is light on this monday morning. >> it is 4:5. officials with the palo alto unified school district will brief the public tomorrow on a new contract deal with the teachers union. the agreement gives the district 760 teachers, 3 percent raise retroactive to last july and provide a one-time bonus equal to 1.5 percent of their salary and they make up to $103,000 a year depending on experience and education. a similar agreement was hammered out with 520 classified union school employees who earn an hourly rage. district officials take a final vote on the agreements may 7 if both unions ratify the pact. >> doctors wanting teens to stay away from a dangerous stunt called the cinnamon challenge calling f
the bus stop in san bruno. finally they will finish up at the redwood city transit center. >> very nice. kind of a reminder to pick up an area around you and clean it up. >> not a bad idea there pam and happy monday to you and brian. >>> here we are. the traffic is doing pretty well. maybe for some people in honor of earth day will take public transportation. the trains on bart are moving on time. let's take a look at the east shore freeway. it should be a nice drive heading out to the mccarthur maze and to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is light there. it's a nice light drive all the way across into san francisco. if you are driving in the south bay, there is northbound 280 right through downtown san jose the traffic moves well. there goes cal train. at great way to get to work this morning cal train starting off okay. >> we always like that, sal. we love it when the cal train goes by. >>> clear skies. warm, warm, warm. some of you may think it's hot, for april it is. fog is coming down and the coast and fog is coming up the coast. today we will be close to record stetting serr tour. th
leaders have been under scrutiny for their efforts to improve safety since the san bruno pipeline explosion. >> he's the one that should be outlining and should be defending the report that they commissioned. and the study that they commissioned, talking about the safety culture that they claim that they had a couple of years ago, and then they said, well, we may have not had that culture. >> he was first appointed to the puc back in 2002. >>> plastic bag bans took effect today on this earth day in san mateo county and 12 of its cities. in our health and science editor john fowler is in pacifica tonight with this patchwork of rules and regulations that in some cases can be frustrating for shoppers. >> reporter: right now, you shop here, you better bring along your reusable bag or pay more, because san mateo county has been hit today by a growing wave of environmental awareness. the first day of no plastic bags found many shoppers buying paper bags. >> i really forgot. i didn't watch the news last night. >> reporter: she forgot her reusable bag. >> it is inconvenient in some ways,
. but most recently in district 10, towards the end of san bruno avenue, near manzle. there has been a tremendous street improvement. and i want to say thank you for that. because i have ruined some tires running into pot holes. and someone talked about mcclaren park and the need for improvement of services up there. i wish mayor lee, that you would take the drive up manzle, you probably wouldn't go back. because the street is dangerous. so i want to say again thank you to mohamed (inaudible) and under your direction and the department of public works and the improvements you have made to the streets of san francisco most recently. >> good evening, mayor, supervisors, department heads. we have had a number of members that had to go, i am bradley weedmyer, i am from the home care unit workers. could our members still here wave to the celebrities here up front. thank you. we are here because we provide care for seniors and disabled in a needy community. we are facing state-wide cut this summer, july 1. we need help from the city. we are asking that with the new funding process that has
from the 80s now to the 60s. 50s and 60s on the coast in san francisco. south san francisco. san bruno, brisbane, burlingame. cooler into thursday and then a little turn around on friday. slightly warmer as we go into the weekend. >>> time now is 4:50. before we plan that weekend barbecue find out which meat is expected to make you sick. >>> the items stolen from the ballpark. >>> and the warriors get an important playoff win. we'll have reaction from the planned future home of the team. >>> a bill that could create a homeless bill of rights is one step closer to becoming a state law. the bill has passed the state assembly committee. it would allow homeless people to sit, sleep, and panhandle on public property. it would also require local government to provide restrooms and shower houses for the homeless. >>> that means looking at the reservoir levels, the tran mission lines, and snow pack. back to back dry winters could cause a problem. >>> a new study reveals what meats are the riskiest to eat. they analyzed more than 33,000 cases of food born illnesses and they found ground beef an
cruce. >> arrestan a una pareja de san bruno luego que la policía encontrara armas de fuego, tenía marihuana, cocaína y cientos de médicamentos, también encontraron un revolvedr y tres escopetas. >> un hombre recibió un disparo en el brazo, la balacera fue en la calle sexta, el sospechoso disparo a la víctima ante de huir de lugar. >> un incendio destruyo seis salones portatiles, erl incendio comenzó dentro de las aulas, los investigadores intentan saber si fue un accidente o si alguien provocó el incendio . >> la policía alerta de asaltantes que entran a la fuerza después de tocar y que nadie contesten. >> la policía aconseja asegurar puerttas y ventanas. >> esta tarde los bomberos de san josé buscaban a víctimas de un incendio, que comenzó en el 702. >> los apagafuegos tardaron una hora que apagar el incendio, tenía un museo de la bicicleta y antes tenía la famosa tienda de bicicleta que muchos residentes eran clientes. >> fue parte de mi vida por casi ocho años, cuando estaba chiquito tenía un negocio de bicicletas por él, sabia que siempre le pagaba por lo qu
they are harmful and how there are thousands of jobs loss and how the fire in san bruno wouldn't have happened. if there were readers coming they would have smelled the gas emissions and contractors are slapping them onto houses in a sloppy way. they are not doing the job properly so they are causing ignitions to the natural gas that's leaking. so we've been bullied and steam rolled over with the smart meters roll out in the city. it's nonsense and you ought to have more opportunity for the public to have opportunity to speak about their experiences. a lot of people's rates have doubled once the meters were attached to their building and people are having problems with the security systems as well. the radio frequency waves are affecting that, thank you. >> thank you for being here and your patients to come to public comment. >> sorry, one more little thing. i can't resist now that that has come up because i want to tell a little story about my apartment building. if you walk into my apartment building and you go down to the basement where the meters are you will see about 49 meters that are
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